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Only have part of picture on phillips 50tv

Model 50PF9631D/37 1/3 of picture is black

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Are you missing the top portion of the picture or the bottom portion of the picture? looking inside the TV will reveal two modules to the furthest left of the inside. These are the upper and lower Y buffer modules. Replace the top one if missing the top half of the picture or the bottom one if missing that segment. Usually you can find good used parts on Ebay. Or Shopjimmy.com.

PHILIPS 50PF9631D 37 BUFFER BOARDS LJ41 03883A LJ41 03882A

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SOURCE: 50 in philips hd plasma with ambilight model number 50PF9631D/37

The backlight inverter board is going just not dead yet.
U need a new board.

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SOURCE: phillips tv model #42pf5321d/37 we replace the

You should have downloaded the eprom information onto a usb stick then transfered it back to the new board, or just removed the eprom off the old board onto the new. It is my recommendation to have an authorized service center come out and realign it within the factory service mode.

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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SOURCE: philips 50pf9631d/37 no picture sound. Red light flashing

hey crs246, I have the same exact problem with my philips tv same model. Have you gotten any help that you can share with me. Any help would be appreciated.

Posted on Mar 06, 2010

SOURCE: PHILLIPS PLASMA TV MODEL #42PF9431D/37 Heard

Hi, Usually any "Pops" are an Electrolytic Capacitor "blowing up" quite literally, or "Gassing" as it is called. This happens due to some sort of power problem. Capacitors hate AC Voltage and Current, and Heat and Over Voltage. All of which, I have no doubt it was exposed to before it went "Pop" This is only a symptom of a far greater problem, to come, no doubt, soon, the rest of the set will fail too. Please DO NOT USE. this set any more, you risk fire or explosion or both. If you MUST use it at least unplug at bed time. Theses days home repair except for the most rudimentary problem is not feasible, setting aside the safety aspect. In my professional opinion, I would recommend, that you get a "Quote" for repair from a Philips Authorised Service Agent This is very important, that you contact a Philips head office and ask for a referral. This way at least you can make a decision to repair or replace.

Posted on Apr 01, 2010

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SOURCE: Phillips model#42PF5321D/37 black screen and red

Power supply board is dead.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.

Posted on Apr 21, 2010

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